Greek Language & Culture
Greek Language School
St. Demetrios provides a Greek Language school through the AHEPA.
To teach children, youth, and adults conversational Greek language, cultural customs, history and holiday traditions. Through this experience, students take part in the AHEPA (American Hellenic Educational Progressive Association) sponsored Greek Independence Day and year-end promotional celebrations.
The program offers curriculum for children, youth and adults. Classes are scheduled to begin either late September or beginning October and run until late May/early June.
Wednesday Evening Classes Offered 6:30-8:00 pm:
Teen/Adult Classes Levels 1 & 2
Multi Age (7+)
Sunday Afternoon Class 12:30-2:00 pm: Multi Age (7+) only
Tuition is $350 for the school year with a 5% sibling/family discount offered. Tuition payment is due at the first day of class.
Teachers and Support:
Our volunteers and teachers are committed to sharing their knowledge of the Greek language and rich culture. Collectively, we are excited to offer such an enrichment program to the community. With the partnership of AHEPA, your dedication, and our ministry volunteers and leadership, we are hopeful to once again have a thriving program.
Registration for the 2018-19 closed on September 1st. All submissions will automatically be added to a waitlist and a future correspondence contact list.
Please click HERE to submit your information.
Each year, St. Demetrios and it's wonderful volunteers put on a display of Greek Culture and authentic Greek cooking at our annual festival, A Taste of Greece. For more information, please see www.seattlegreekfestival.com
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